‘Flying motorbike’ to debut at Tokyo Motor Show
Who really controls your phone, or computer, car or appliance? You, or the companies that make them?
South Korea Telecom launches 5G-powered VR service
This might be the solution for all air pollution we see now in cities like Beijing, Paris, London …
Scientists Have Uncovered The Atomic Structure of a Key Alzheimer’s Protein For The First Time
Chemists claim big step toward more powerful lithium-air battery
Carbon capture site below seabed off Hokkaido shows promise for industrial use
This new Airbus glider is set to become the highest-flying winged vehicle ever
Europe’s fastest weather supercomputer
The Brussels Botanic Center Eco Version 2.0
Feel Virtual Reality On Your Skin With This Suit
Six Months Overdue, Dyson’s Home Cleaning Robot Finally in Tokyo’s Stores
New Smartphone Screen Material Can Repair Its Own Scratches
This 3D-Printed Bikini Cleans the Water As You Swim
This 13-year-old figured out how to make clean energy using a device that costs $5
“Citizen scientists” track radiation seven years after Fukushima
This Machine Will Fold Your Laundry So You Don’t Have To
This iPhone add-on claims to detect cancer with 99% accuracy
Japan will launch self-piloting ships by 2025
An Entire River in Canada Has Vanished in the Space of Just 4 Days
A brand new form of matter: time crystals discovered by Scientists
An Energy-Recycling Stairs Will Save Your Poor Old Joints
China Just Made a 250-Acre Solar Farm Shaped Like a Giant Panda
A New Developed AI Is So Advanced That Scientist Are Saying It’s Too Dangerous to Release
Untreatable Strains of Gonorrhoea Are Going Global
The Wagan’s Solar ePower Cube is the ultimate portable power source.
Scientists document wild birds ‘talking’ with humans for the first time
Factory-grown vegetables catch on in Japan
Starbucks to test cashless stores in South Korea
The Floating Bonsai Trees
This personal cooling system might be your summer best companion.
A New Quantum Theory Predicts That The Future Might Be Influencing The Past
New battery technologies still years away
The DSI dry salt inhaler enables a natural treatment of respiratory diseases by using natural salt crystals from Europe’s largest salt mine in Parajd, Romania.
The ‘StepCharge’ Works to Charge Your Devices While You Walk.
Bolivia’s melting glaciers is a problem according to scientists
AI-based medical diagnostic services will be next in Japan
Meet the automated cemeteries.
Next “Gran Turismo” the first to support Sony’s PlayStation VR headset
Scientists Have Developed a Way to Make Wood as Strong as Steel
SK hynix develops 1znm DRAM with industry’s highest density
A Visualization Service that helps to pre-sale homes
Australian researchers have built the most complex light-based quantum computer chip ever
A Realistic Robot Puppy for Dementia Therapy
Scientists have found a way to induce ‘reverse photosynthesis
A Solar Powered “Forever Drone” Might Replace Our Satellites